Crowdfunder DomaCom to list on ASX

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Applications to invest in the underwritten Initial Public Offering (IPO) for the crowdfunder DomaCom open yesterday (11 July). The IPO, which aims to raise $10 million with a minimum of $5 million from investors, lodged its prospectus with the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) on 24 June and subsequently made its formal listing application with […]

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How Domacom helped mum-and-dad investors become part-owners of the world’s biggest pastoral estate

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When crowd-funder DomaCom began its book build to acquire the iconic Kidman Station late last year, it had no idea of the level of interest it would generate. For the first time mum-and-dad investors had a vehicle to become part-owners of the world’s biggest pastoral estate (at 101,000 sq km, it is larger than Ireland […]

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Crowd-funder DomaCom opens up agri investment to the retail market

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The on-again, off-again sale of one of Australia’s pastoral icons, Kidman Station, has stirred enormous public interest for two key reasons – mounting opposition to the sale of farming land to overseas interests and a growing awareness that agricultural assets have been a neglected asset class. When the proposed sale was announced early last year, […]

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Kidman’s operating businesses attracting ‘keen interest’

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There is keen interest in the acquisition of the operating businesses of the iconic Kidman Station with Lloyds Business Brokers already receiving about 50 inquiries since marketing began just two weeks ago. Lloyds Director Victoria Chris Butchers says there is “substantial interest” in this pastoral business, with some parties wanting to acquire the entire operation […]

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DomaCom thumbs up to reopening of Kidman sale

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The property fund manager DomaCom, has welcomed the decision by S. Kidman & Co to reopen the company’s sale process for Australian parties. DomaCom Chief Executive Officer Arthur Naoumidis said this announcement, which has been endorsed by Treasurer Scott Morrison, simply reflects the reality that there is genuine public interest in keeping the iconic Kidman […]

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Fractionalised property investing

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Welcome to the third in the series of papers addressing an alternate method of building property into portfolios. (Read part one here and part two here). This paper takes an in depth look at fractional investing into property – how it works, who the participants are and their roles and before closing we’ll look at […]

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Taking point on property

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Property ownership is wired into the Australian psyche with “the great Australian dream” having been passed from generation to generation. In this paper we look at the behaviour of investors in relation to property and how that fits with modern portfolio theory – investors acting rationally and considering all the available information at their disposal […]

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Property – aspiration to fulfilment

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Property is one of the world’s oldest asset classes and has historically been viewed as a principal sign of wealth. In Australia, from the late 19th century into the mid-20th century, property ownership flourished and then the two world war generations, followed by the baby boomers, carried ‘the great Australian dream’ as their pennant in […]

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